Hermann Giliomee is an author of historical and political studies, former Professor of Political Studies at the University of Cape Town (1983–2002), President of the South African Institute of Race Relations (1995–1997) and Extraordinary Professor of History at the Stellenbosch University.
He co-founded Die Suid-Afrikaans, an Afrikaans journal of opinion in 1984. Giliomee was a regular columnist for the Cape Times, The Rand Daily Mail and other periodicals from 1980 to 1997 and is writing a political column for the Afrikaans morning newspapers Die Burger, Beeld and Volksblad.
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Varsgedruk  Die laaste Afrikanerleiers, deur Hermann Giliomee
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The language debate: Lets talk about everything else… in ...
In a PAESA occasional paper titled “The Rise and Possible Demise of Afrikaans as a Public Language”, Professor Hermann Giliomee wrote, “By the 1930s there were fewer than two million people who spoke Afrikaans as a first language.
Author: iafrica (18 Aug 2014)
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Prof Hermann Giliomee also poses the question in his chapter: "Was apartheid all bad?" This extensive history of South Africa was written by some of the country's most prominent historians and is meant to put the complex history of South ...
Author: Rick Sincere (30 Jun 2014)
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Author Lindie Koorts investigates this contradiction with Hermann Giliomee. Justice now; The South African Constitution: between promise and reality 1 PM (Room 1.43) Is the Constitution the best form of justice? And is the reality of its ...
Author: NB Publishers (10 Jun 2014)